POC "Connect to Thrive" By Ntwali A. Cyusa
Join us for a captivating session featuring Ntwali A. Cyusa, a global citizen committed to community development. Arriving in Fargo in the Fall of 2010 to attend Concordia College, Cyusa's journey spans various countries in Africa and Europe, as his mother served with the UNHCR from 1992 to 2017!
Originally hailing from Rwanda, Cyusa has lived in Switzerland, Ethiopia, Guinea, and France, and his extensive travels have shaped a worldview that promotes global unity. Currently, he serves as International Business Development at Weather Modification International, bringing a wealth of experience to our discussion.
Cyusa's impact on the community is evident through his roles as the Community Liaison at Folkways and a monthly columnist for Fargo Monthly magazine since January 2017, titled 'Think Global, Act Local.' His dedicated service on national and local boards, including the National Alumni Board of Concordia and the Global Shapers Fargo Hub, underscores his passion for diverse community engagement.
In our session, he'll share insights on:
- The importance of distinguishing between a mentor and a sponsor.
- The significance of finding sponsors and mentors.
- Establishing your personal "board of directors" to remain accountable toward your life goals.
- The importance of personal branding and understanding who wants to know you.
- Community engagement, emphasizing the principles of volunteering as a go-giver and servant leadership.
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Meeting ID: 264 398 358 94